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For sports information, call: 304-462-7309 Sec. B: Society The Gilmer's Social Scenes & Other News Glenville Democrat www. Glen villeNe ws. com Top 10 Summer Watersport Safety Tips iiiiiiZiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' ........ ALL LKC- Pictured L-R are Josh Burton recognized for his outstanding efforts in baseball, Catherine Butcher, recognized for her outstanding efforts in basketball and track an Morris recognized for h s outstanding efforts in go f, and James Far ey, recogn zecl for his outstanding efforts in basketball. Each person received the ALL LKC (Little Kanawha Conference) awards in their sports. Congratulations to these athletes! Training for Archery Sign-up Deadline July 6 An Archery in tile Schools (AIS) nationally recognized program," said Please note this training will cost training session for instructors willbe Matt Leary, Cabela's department man- $25 for all school employees and $50 hosted by the Wildlife Resources Sec- ager. "Cabela's West Virginia store for non-school employees. tion of the WV DNR July 21-22,was the first in the nation to host a To register for the AIS training at 2009, at the Cabela's store near Wheel- similar training, and we are excited to Cabela's, please call Billie Shearer at ing, according to Jerry Westfall, continue to be a part of this quickly (304)558,2771ore-mailbillieshearer DNR's AIS Program Coordinator.growing program. A lot of credit also @ wvdnr.gov. For more information "Cabela's has always expressed an needs to be given to local officials and on the AIS Program, you can visit interest in assisting the DNR with the DNR for bringing this training DNR's AIS Web site at getting more schools involved in the back to our store. However, it'sabout www.wvdnr.gov/archery or call AIS Program, especially those in the the kids; and, I'm excitedto get youth DNR+s AIS Program Coordinator northern panhandle," said Westfall. involved in an activity they can enjoy Jerry Westfall at (304) 558-2771 ; e- "Cabela's is looking forwardtohost- for a lifetime." mailjerrywestfall@wvdnr.gov. ing this training and being part of this First Annual Triple Threat Tournament Sign-upsarenowunderwayforthe Entry fee is $130 and deadline is First Annual Dugout Triple Threat June 27. Softball Tournament. For more information or to enter The event will be held at the Dug- contact Ron at the Dugout Softball out Softball Park in Parkersburg. Park, 304-481-0903 or dugout29@ The event will take place June 30 gmail.com. and June 31 (if necessary). The commonest fallacy among women is that simply having chil- dren makes them a mother--which is as absurd as believing that having a piano makes one a musician. --Sydney J. Harris NEW and USED PARTS TOWING Dugout Softball Tournament June 6 and 7 The Dugout Softball Park, Parkcrs- burg, will host the Eye of the Tiger Xtreme 5 Softball Tournament on Saturday, June 6 and 7 (if necessary) 2008. Entry fee is $140. Tournament is open to USSSA Men's Slowpitch soft- ball teams. Entry deadline is June 3. Five (5) game guarantee-hit your own balls (USSSA Classic M). For more information or to enter contact Ron at 304-481-0903 or dugout29@gmaiLcom. For many Americans, being pulled importanttohaveconstantvisualcon- Place at State from the end of a long, slim tow line tact with anyone being towed. It's attached to a speeding motorboat is a also the law in most states. summerriteofpassage. TheBoatU.S. 6. Look before turning: Let's Meet in May Foundation for Boating Safety has face it. It's the turns that really make these top 10 summer watersport safety watersports fun. But don't leave those Coach Willard Wright had several tips forwaterskiers, wakeboardersand at the end of towline guessing when members of his Gilmer County High tubers that will guarantee everyone the next turn is coming. The hand School varsity track team bring home has a great time: signal for turning is apointing finger medals from the State Track Meet 1. Float first: Ensure anyone be- upwards in a circular motion, then held in Charleston in late May. ing towed has a properly fitting life pointing to the direction of turn. Those athletes included: jacketthatwon'trideupoverawearer's 7. Think big: Keep in mind that Olivia Somerville, whoplaced 11 in head if they take a spill. ATypeIII with kids on the end oflong towline, the 200 meter dash with a time of vest is best because it has the extra your boat's safety footprint is now 28.43; buckles to provide a snug fit and is much larger. That means beingextra Rachel Ciemmons, who placed 13 built for taking a hard fall. cautious when near other boaters, in the 400 meter dash with a time of 2. Talk to the hand: A rider has docks, navigational aids, and cross- 1:09.20; very little control over a tube, and ing wakes, the girls' 4x100 team placed eighth sldiers and boarders need control help, 8.Twoheadturnsforeverydrop: with a time of 55.22; too. Before anyone jumps in the wa- As soon as someone falls off the tube the girls' 4x200 team placed 12 with ter, go over a few standard hand sig- or a skier or boarder drops, the boat a time of 1:56.96; rials, such as stop (hand slashing the operator should always look to both the girls'4x400 team placed 14 with neck), slow (thumb down), speed up sidesbeforeturningaroundforapick- atime of 5:04.80; (thumb up), OK (tip of index finger up. Catherine Butcher, who placed sec- and thumb together), turn (point fin- 9. Good to go: For riders after a ond in high jump with a jump of 5-00; ger upwards in acircular motion) and knock down, clasp your hands over and return to dock (pat head), your head so those on the towboat Jessica Montgomery, who placed 3. Engine off: Always turn offthe know you are OK and ready for re- sixth in long jump with a jump of 14- boat's engine when a rider is entering trieval. In some states ared or orange 09.50. or exiting the water. Not only can a skier down flag may need to be dis- Overall, the girls' team placed 12 prop rotate while the motor is in neu- played, out of 25 teams. tral, the engine exhaust produces car- 10. Tip up and be seen: A skier For the boys team: bon monoxide. Also never back up to who has fallen in the water can seen Drew Simmons placed ninth in the retrieve a fallen rider, by others much more easily if they 100meterhurdleswithatimeofl8.20; 4. Wait for the OK: Once a skier keep the ski tips above the water, the 4x110 shuttle hurdle relay team is in the water, wait until they are far For more information on your placed eigth with a time of 1:04.94; enough away from the boat and signal state's safety requirements, go to Cam Kinder placed third in pole that it's OK to start the engine, www.BoatUS.org/onlinecourse and vault with a jump of 12-00; 5. Spotter is a must: It's very click on State Boating Regulations. Joel Roberts placed 13 inlongjump with a jump of 17-08.75; and Little Kanawha Handgunners May Match Results WilliamRadcliffplacedsixthinshot Small Bore Pistol: Grogg- 194, 3rd- Martin Hess- 172, put with a throiw of 44-09. lst- Robbie Fox- 156, 2nd- Van 4th- Jim Stalnaker- 163, 5th- Gary Overall, the boys' team placed 14 Ramsey- 154, 3rd- Bud Cain- 152, Radcliff- 152 out of 22 teams. 4th- Terry Hornbeck- 146, 5th- Gary Bullseye: Terry Hornbeck Congratulations to the athletes on Radcliff-146,6th-TobyGrogg-133, Overall High Score Pistol their accomplishments at the state 7th- Jim Stalnaker- 133, 8th- Martin Award: Van Ramsey, 468 of 675 meet! Hess- 98, 9th- Tara Cosco- 88 points Large Bore Pistol: Overall High Score Rifle Glenville State lst- Van Ramsey- 170, 2nd- Terry Award: Van Ramsey, 352 of 450 Hornbeck-163,3rd-RobbieFox-142, points College 2009 4th- Jim Stalnaker- 130, 5th- Gary Ten Star All Star Radcliff-129, 6th-Steve Ostaff- 119, Football Schedule 7th- Bud Cain- 109, 8th- Martin Hess- Basketball Camp 78 The 2009 Glenville State College Open Class Pistol: The Ten Star All Star Basketball football schedule includes: lst- Toby Grogg- 152, 2nd- Van camp is by invitation only. Saginaw Valley State on Thurs., Ramsey- 144, 3rd- Terry Hornbeck- Boys and girls ages 10-19 are eli- August 27at 7:00 pm, 143, 4th- Jim Stalnaker- 141, 5th- gible to apply. There is also a camp at the Univ. of Tennessee Chatta- Bud. Cain- 140, 6th- Martin Hess- for boys and girls ages 9-18 of all nooga on Thurs., September 3at 7:00 135,7th- Steve Ostaff- ! 33, 8th- Gary skill levels, pm, Radcliff- 126, 9th- Will Randolph- For a free brochure on the camps, at Seton Hill Univ. on Sat., Septem- 124, 10th- Robbie Fox- 124, llth- please cal1704-373-0873 anytime or ber 12at l:00pm, Tara Cosco- 85 visit www.tenstarcamp.com at Fairmont State Univ. on Thurs., Op.en Sight Rifle: Youth Hunter September 17 at 7:00 pm, lst- Martin Hess- 146, 2nd- Van at the Univ. of Central Arkansas on Ramsey- 143,3rd-GaryRadcliff- 141, Sat., September 26 at 7:00 pm, 4th- Will Randolph- 114, 5th- Toby West Liberty on Sat., October 3 at Grogg- 94, 6th Jim Stalnaker- 91 1:00 pm, Scoped Rifle: Concord Univ. on Sat., October 10 1 st- Van Ramsey- 209, 2nd- Toby at 1:00 pm, at West Virginia State on Sat., Oc- THE DEADLIEST IN THE WOODS. ~(~['ON CO][B.I~k"T AMMUNITION. A REPUTATION" DESlm.RV]gD. 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The rally is hosted by two of the state's renowned resorts: Canaan Valley and Timberline Four Seasons Resort and Conference Center. Both resorts are located in Davis, with luxury lodging available. Registration will be available on- site for the event, and a Saturday registration is available to participate in the Ride In Bike Show being held at Timberline Four Seasons Resort and Conference Center. For more information on the West Virginia State Rally, visit the website www.wvstateHOGrally.com or call Kathy Saumure at 800-766-9464.